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Partners Real Estate Investment Trust V.PAR.UN

Sector: Real Estate | Sub-Sector: REIT - Retail
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.PAR.UN | T.PAR.DB | T.PAR.DB.A | T.PAR.DB.B

Price: $4.01 | Change: +$0.13 | %Change: +3.35%
Volume: 62,958 | Day High/Low: 4.02/3.88 | 52 Week High/Low: 5.27/3.36
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RE:Assume, that we get a $0.35 dividend on an annual basis

stockeditor wrote: then, a .35/.0625 = 5.60, but even if it goes to $5.00 its still a $1.50 gain from here. That's how I read it, my opinion only, do your own DD. I doubt they increase the dividend...read more
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Assume, that we get a $0.35 dividend on an annual basis

then, a .35/.0625 = 5.60, but even if it goes to $5.00 its still a $1.50 gain from here. That's how I read it, my opinion only, do your own DD.  rate and reply
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Congrats

Seems obvious that something good is happening.  rate and reply
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The money that they raised in the last financing of

the Shoppers properties in Manitoba, is to be spent on capex (read the press release). The amount of monies that I am talking about comes from operations (FFO) and not from borrowings. I have never...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Here ia a hypothetical to think about,

Paying a higher distribution to unitholders is a DEFINATE waste of money if it's borrowed money they are using. In my opinion, borrowed money should only be used for growth and the properties that get...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Here ia a hypothetical to think about,

So why did Moray have to loan this REIT 53 million dollars? That is an amount that is more than half of the market cap? And if he did loan that amount at a 3.73% interest rate, why would he let the...read more
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RE:RE:Here ia a hypothetical to think about,

Paying a higher distribution to unit holders is not a waste of money, by any definition. There is no question that cash flow from operations (FFO) is going to be better than the previous year by some...read more
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RE:Here ia a hypothetical to think about,

stockeditor wrote: Statements issued on May 12/15 and on May 15/15 there will be an announcement of a dividend increase, my estimate $0.35. Why did Moray have to loan the REIT 53 million and how...read more
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Here ia a hypothetical to think about,

Statements issued on May 12/15 and on May 15/15 there will be an announcement of a dividend increase, my estimate $0.35.  rate and reply
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OOP'S we are going past $4.00 Today

eom  rate and reply
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I do NOT have to dream, the reality is here. You

better stock up. YChaser and you better stay in the basement, and go and slam another stock. Ouch!!  rate and reply
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RE:Dream at Night, Stockeditor

Zzzzzzzzz  rate and reply
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In 2015, there is non-recurring 2014 expense of apx $8.5MM,

No doubt some of this money will be returned to unit holders, it makes a lot of sense, and Moray and others figured this out long ago. Stay tuned, things are going to rock and roll.  rate and reply
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Payout Ratio

All of the larger REITs have payouts well below 90% of AFFO. Something wrong with your research. Are you confusing with net income?  rate and reply
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The investment units are moving ahead nicely,

YieldChaser comments are just sour grapes.  rate and reply
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RE:A $5.50 to $6.50 share price in 6 months, or six weeks???

Enlighten us. Why is trailing AFFO 67% ? What I see is overdistribution AND falling same property NOI in the financials here http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2015/03/26/partners...read more
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A $5.50 to $6.50 share price in 6 months, or six weeks???

Some basic info: In order for a REIT to maintain its trust status, by law, it must pay out 90% of its AFFO in the ensuing year as distributions. Trailing AFFO is 67%. Partners, will in the ensuing...read more
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We will break $4.00 this week, in anticipation of a

distribution increase, the extra cash flow has to go somewhere, it will be going into your pocket.  rate and reply
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YieldChaser, we all missed your bashing style. Comparing

neighbourhood shopping centers to regional centers, is your style. There is no comparison at all, its like apple and oranges. As far as the Ontario economics are concerned it affects everybody the...read more
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RE:increase in distribution

It would be wise for them to not increase distributions until  a) they have paid back or re-financed their expensive mortgages and b) they distribute less than 90% of AFFO, and c) they have a solid...read more